"Let the Lion Roar," a documentary that's available on Blu-ray and DVD, explores what it calls "a great deception" in the church caused by the Protestant reformers who allegedly re-wrote the Bible to make it anti-Semitic.
Craig Gross, the founding pastor of XXXchurch.com, recently appeared on the Bad Christian podcast where he discussed Christian actor Kirk Cameron and why pastors need to talk more about the subjects of sex and porn from the pulpit.
Surviving family members of those killed during the 9/11 terror attacks said this year's tribute and seeing the completion of the September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York made the solemn occasion "more peaceful" and "brought closure" for some. But one New Yorker whose brother was killed on 9/11 described the time he spent at the memorial and museum as a "bitter sweet" experience, because it's a reminder of what's no longer there.
R. Albert Mohler Jr., the president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary recently spoke with the New York Times about Hillsong Church and criticized the movement for watering down the Gospel message.
Lecrae returns as the outsider he loves being on his new album "Anomaly." He seems to have once again transformed his message but maintains the same value system as he's held since his debut "Real Talk."
"Strangers to Fire: When Tradition Trumps Scripture," an anthology published by the Foundation for Pentecostal Scholarship rebuts John MacArthur's "Strange Fire" book and conference which took aim at the charismatic movement and their use of the supernatural gifts of the Holy Spirit.
A self-professed evangelical Christian who runs a website dedicated to informing believers about evolution appeared on the Bad Christian podcast this week where he discussed why debating about the topic could hurt the Gospel.